When a 100-year-long artwork by Katie Paterson was launched on Thursday 12th June 2014 in Oslo City Library, the project immediately captured people’s imagination, generating significant online chatter and media coverage for Future Library.

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Since the launch, the artwork has been included in The Times, Huffington Post and internationally renowned literary magazine, The Paris Review, with features to run in the Independent and Line Magazine still to come.

Take a look below at just some of the great articles surfacing online and in print.

Dagsavisen (Norway national)
News story
Published 20th June 2014
http://www.dagsavisen.no/kultur/inne-og-ute/talmodighetens-kunst/

Blouin ArtInfo (International)
News Story
Published 19th June 2014
http://www.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/1040837/katie-paterson-takes-the-very-long-view

Huffington Post (Japanese edition)
News story
Published June 2014
http://www.huffingtonpost.jp/asaki-abumi/norwegian library_b_5510178.html?utm_hp_ref=japan

Kunstkritikk (Norway, international)
Interview
Published 23rd June 2014
http://www.kunstkritikk.dk/nyheter/om-hundre-ar-kommer-alt-for-en-dag/

Never Underdressed (UK, international)
Interview and behind-the-scenes gallery feature
Published 30th June 2014
http://www.neverunderdressed.com/people/artist-in-residence/inside-katie-patersons-future-library-oslo-project

The List (UK)
Review written by David Pollock
Published 19th June 2014
http://www.list.co.uk/article/61814-interview-glasgow-born-sculptor-katie-paterson-on-her-works-place-in-the-world/

The Paris Review (International)
News story
Published 26th June 2014
http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2014/06/26/future-library/

The Times (UK, international)
Review written by Mike Wade
Published 26th June2014
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/arts/visualarts/article4130114.ece

Inspired by Future Library?

If you are a critic or member of the press and you would to share your opinion of this remarkable project, get in touch with Situations via info@situations.org.uk – mark your e-mail clearly for the attention of the Comms team.

Download the Future Library press release. Photos and images are available upon request.

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